Cheerful kids clothes for happy kids!

lulaland kids clothing

My friend and super inspirational lady behind the brand Lulaland just launched her new collection. And I am very thrilled to be sharing it with you here today.

It is literally filling Paul & Paula with gorgeous colours and beautiful happy images. Just what we need on a Monday! The collection is called “The Nature’s Keepers“, and I asked Lula to share a little about the design process and how she created this particularly line:

‘Inspiration is always connected to nature and art. Specifically, the use of colours and prints and the selection of natural fabrics and the premise that children can move freely while wearing lulaland. The name of the collection usually comes at the end, and it always makes sense to me, is like part of the process that ties the bow when I finish it. And it always has to do with some personal situation, state, thoughts I am experiencing while creating the collection.’

Let’s have a look at the new collection from Lulaland:

lulaland kids clothing

lulaland kids clothing

lulaland kids clothing

lulaland kids clothing

‘This season, while being all confined and many were so restricted to be connected with nature (inside and out)
I thought to call it like that is a reminder. As well as a reminder that children are the best care takers of nature. Because they know everything and would never question how important nature is if we do not teach them the contrary… ‘


lulaland kids clothing

The beautiful images from photographer Zura Lagarde, and the set design by artist Ignacio Muv, enhance the whole collection our and make everything look so fun and whimsical. Further, almost everything is made in 100% cotton.


lulaland kids clothing

lulaland kids clothing

lulaland kids clothing

lulaland kids clothing

Bravo! I love it. And I had a very difficult time selecting my favourites but here we go:

The Maia dress with the bouquet fabric. A fantastic print and I love the shape of that dress.

Red is a lovely colour and this boho top can be worn in many ways… thinks shorts, denims, skirts…

And these unisex striped pants are sweet. And Lula tells me this fabric is as soft as butter… (there is a lovely dress made from the same fabric too)

Have a great week everyone!


Pssssst… Lulaland are busy setting up another base in Europe in the near future. Stay tuned!

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6 London based children brands that you should know!

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From handmade clothes, to beautiful and quirky illustrations. From traditional to fashion-forward. Think liberty and discover unique prints. Today I have something for everyone and for every occasion.

And these 6 brands, all based in London, should be on everyone’s radar. Especially if you love great design and quality.

Another reason why I decided to highlight them is because here in the UK we deal with Covid and it effects on the fashion and lifestyle industry, but on top we have Brexit to deal with as well. And that really impacts many brands, designers as well as shops based on the island. Therefore I chose to give them a little platform today, because there may be one, or two, that you have not heard so much about yet.

Every brand below comes with a beautiful mission and I hope that you will enjoy these 6 London based children brands:



Wynken is a unisex brand from London creating children’s wear for the 2 to 12 year olds. Elbe Lealman established Wynken in 2014 after becoming a mother. And she worked many years as a designer in established Bristish fashion houses. Her idea is to produce contemporary and creative clothing for modern kids. With strong design for cool kids and high quality garments that last.  In that way her collections appeal to both – the youngsters and their parents.


Roly Pony

Roly Pony

Roly Pony is led by children author and illustrator Aytan Sofia Eldarova. Bringing creative, bold lines and unique in-house developed prints to your wardrobes. I showed you their recent collection not long ago, have a look – it is super.


what mother made

What Mother Made

This is a handmade children’s wear label that mixes classic traditional shapes with cool, locally sourced fabrics and prints. Their studio is located in East London, Hackney to be exact. ‘Our collections are vintage inspired and we aim to deliver clothing that is playfully traditional with a contemporary edge.’

Bonus: The brand has a zero wastage policy. They use every part of the fabrics they buy by making your clothes to order.


wonder and rah

Wonder & Rah

Wonder & Rah is an exciting creative brand specialising in fun and contemporary prints with a focus on abstract design. Natalie is using modern art to create vibrant, stimulating home environments for children.


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Vild – House of Little

Vild creates conscious high-quality basics, limited edition print collections and accessories for 0 to 6 years olds. Their latest print is called ‘Precious Wildlife’ and I absolutely adore it. Inspired to bring attention to some of the earth’s most precious animal species that are endangered and deserve acute awareness. With each piece sold from the print collection, Vild will donate 5% of the online sales to @synchearth to help support their mission to increase action to protect nature in some of Earth’s most biodiverse environments.


nellie quats

Nellie Quats

Nellie Quats specialises in beautiful girl’s clothing and accessories made predominantly from Liberty print and linen. Creating stylish, modern pieces with a hint of nostalgia. ‘Designed with active children in mind, our pieces bridge a gap between comfort and style, making them easy to wear and easy to care for.’


Did you find something you like? Are you more into the quirky prints or the nostalgic shapes?

Have a beautiful day and maybe check hese fun boho looks for kids!



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5 colour block wall ideas for your kids room

kids room clour block wall

Colour block walls can really make a statement in any room without a big budget. Try using contrasting colours to create geometric effects that highlight a part of your space or simply dress up an empty wall.

Further, this is a great idea if you are not a fan of wallpaper but love a splash of colour and pattern. Colour blocking is done by selecting zones on a wall or ceiling and painting them in a different colour from the main wall colour.

And with colour blocking, you can actually combine as many colours as you like. However I would like to recommend to start subtle and see how you get on.

How about this ideas: You can create patterns, paint parts of a wall, just the window frames or parts of the ceiling. You can even update furniture, take an old armoire and paint it for example. The possibilities are truly endless and I am iviting you to think outside the box and be creative…

Here are 5 fantastic kids rooms with colourblock walls to get you inspired:

colourblock wall kids room pink

Image: VTwonen

With colour blocking, you can create a sophisticated as well as fun look. White and pink walls with wooden furniture gives this room a nice girly touch without being too romantic.


colourblock wall natural nursery

Image: Minty Magazine

It is the easiest, quickest and most budget-friendly way to add some colour to a room. And pastel colours like above will create a beautiful, bright and soft paradise. Clearly, this simple and minimal children’s room got a lovely and stylish addition with the colourblock wall.


colourblock wall nursery

Image: Estilo Escandinavo

The classic! White wall painted with a contrasting colour on the ‘lower level’. The turquoise is gender neutral, fresh and fun.



Image: Loaf

This room shows another fun way to bring together two colours on one wall. The ‘mountains’ are playful and create a really quirky wall for a kids room.


colourblock wall teen room

Image: Dezeen

A white room got a wall full of Lego brick plates for creative non-stop fun. Combining the colour block trend with toys is the ultimate solution!


Altogether: An easy way to get started is to simply keep the walls white or in a very neutral colour. And then pick a very bright or significantly darker color to paint halfway up the wall.

More ideas on how to freshen up the kids room?


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21 sunny things for your April!

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Another Friday. Another article bursting with fun and cool things. Including some cute things for Easter of course.

Which is very early this year, so I am hoping that the Easter Bunny will bring good surprises and a little break from our current reality. Yesterday was Antoine’s birthday. The 2nd round with Corona and who would have thought that?! Who would have thought that, again, no party, no friends around… and worse, not even school. Because he is isolation since last week because there was a case in his year group.

Therefore, hop hop HOPE. Hope for things to settle down over the next weeks…

To help I gathered my latest finds and favourites:

frida kahlo print

Spring is here and one easy way to give your home a little update is with prints. And I have some great finds for you, please have a look:
1. Botanical and so perfect for the season, from Hawaii and it is the shop* where I found this amazing Frida print
2. If you are into Vintage, you will love this shop*! So good!
3. Chinoiserie art prints* right here from London.

Extra: Wall decals are also super for creating a fresh look in an instant. Have a look at these bold and quirky designs.


abc Mermaid Resin Play Set
ABC play made really fun*. Uppercase, Lowercase, numbers… you name it. Made from resin with glitter, confetti, mini dinosaurs and more. So cute!

These lovely reusable bags* will allow you to bring snacks, store food in the fridge and be kind to the planet. They are pretty cute as well!


linen suspender skirt girl
Linen staples in all the gorgeous colours you can imagine. Rompers, skirts, ruffles, accessories…

One year into the coronavirus pandemic, women are not OK.

Also: Working mums during the pandemic.

Talking about women, this dress went straight on my wishlist.


bobby pins hair tie decals
Get organised with these decals. Stick them to any jar, pot or bowl and always find the little pins and ties quickly!

A new pasta shape!


More colour inspiration with this incredible London family home.

More interior inspiration from London. Love the green walls.


ganni founders home copenhagen
Who does not like Ganni? Now you get a peek into the home of the founders. A great place in Copenhagen!

Another very inspiring family home, in France.


easter brunch table
Planning an Easter Brunch? Have a look at these cute printables*. Quick download, print and voila – your table setting will look glam.

DIY with the kids during the Easter break – Batik t-shirts. (In German)

Unmissable: Natural Easter Egg Dyes


personalised easter shirt children
Looking for a little gift from the Easter Bunny? Have a look at these personalised gifts that include t-shirts, baskets and more…

Perfect Spring Looks for the kids. Stylish and so comfortable!


Hugs and happy weekend you all!



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The boho and effortless clothes you will want to buy your kids this summer!

children’s fashion brand Búho

Ola! Are you looking for laid back, comfortable and easy to wear yet kinda cool and boho clothes for your children? Pieces they will enjoy whilst hanging out at home or in the park, but are also totally cool.

If yes, then I have something for you today. Because Búho pays has a very soft spot for clothes that are effortless, well-made and that you will be happy to see your kids wearing every day.

Think organic fabrics, unique colours and distinctive motifs. Their range goes from clothes for babies and up to children’s size 12 years. It is a beautifully relaxed brand, with a touch of elegance. Just as I like it and just how I see dressing my children as well as myself actually.

Now let’s have a look at their new Spring/Summer collection that just launched:

children’s fashion brand Búho

children’s fashion brand Búho

children’s fashion brand Búho

children’s fashion brand Búho

‘When we create our clothing, our aim is always that it is comfortable and that it is made from sustainable materials. We produce all of our clothing locally, mainly around Barcelona. We love creating our own motifs because it reinforces the brand’s identity and makes it even more unique. ‘

My favourite styles from the current collection:

A very versatile and cute cardigan that will help when the mornings are still crisp. Available in two earthy colours.

This light and airy romper that looks so comfortable and I will always love stripes.

A romantic summer dress. Because we all need one!

Some very sweet shorts.

I think they represent the signature points of Búho really well: style, comfort and sustainability.


children’s fashion brand Búho

Búho have created a universe that is sweet, chic and bohemian. And I hope that I could inspire you today and that you enjoy this brand as much as I do!

More children’s fashion:

Happy Spring Clothes for Kids 2021 or something for Mums as well as minis, the cutest Huarache Sandals.


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